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in sioux falls, south dakota, it was remarkable to watch the reactions of the kids in sioux falls, parents, educators, and we did that same q and a when we were done. i appreciate the wonderful words of your superintendent, that was exactly the dynamic in sioux falls and that's the remarkable thing, superintendent, is that this issue knows no boundaries. this issue knows -- it doesn't know class boundaries, it doesn't know race boundaries, it's an issue regretablely that has been timeless. it seems we were all too frequently taught that bullying is simply a rite of passage, i went to christ the king grammar school in buffalo, new york, you would go behind the building and settle your scores at the end of the day and that was an accepted way of doing business. but we're learning and raising consciousness that, no, it's not an acceptable way of doing business. i've had conversations with the mother of seth walsh, of people who have literally taken their own lives and as a father of three, this isn't simply an issue of civil rights enforcement, this is something very personal. because i ca
americans. >> ignored? are you kidding me? look at the size around this sioux reservation in south dakota. our government made indian tribes wards of the state. government manages their land, provides their health care, schools, gives them food stamps, paces for housing, child care, burial assistance. the result? >> there is a stunning poverty here. only one in four has a job. >> there is scarcity of phones and not even any banks. indians have the highest poverty rate and lowest live expectancy of any group in the america. so the sioux told us they need more handouts. >> the government should be giving the indian people more appropriations so that we can exist out here still. >> i really feel obama adminiration should get up to the plate and deal with it. >> as far as white people stole the indians land hundreds of years ago, the government signed treaties and that's why washington sends billions of dollars to indian tripe tribes every year. everybody thinks the government owes them something. it's odd in that no group has been more helped by government than the american indians and no gr
seconds left. >>> number two, d league santa cruz warriors to beat sioux falls. earlier a national anthem interruption. >> ♪ last gleaming ♪ whose -- help me out. >> tough going for miss renee there before the santa cruz warriors game. when she picked up and remembered the line she was able to just continue without fail. >> she did. great voice. >> one of those things that just kind of happens. >> i think she froze. >> the clippers 17-game win streak ended tonight in denver. clippers play the warriors tomorrow night. and andy reid will be visiting the arizona cardinals tomorrow to see about that coaching vacancy. >> there are a ,,,, before the sneeze, help protect with a spray. before the tissue, help defend with a wipe. before the cold & flu season, help prevent with lysol. because when you have 10 times more protection with each hand wash... and kill 99.9% of germs around the house with each spray... those healthy habits start to add up. this season, a good offense is the best defense and lysol has your family covered because that's our mission for health. [silence] [silence] [sile
to bruce to win the game with 11 seconds left. >>> number two, d league santa cruz warriors to beat sioux falls. earlier a national anthem interruption. >> ♪ last gleaming ♪ whose -- help me out. >> tough going for miss renee there before the santa cruz warriors game. when she picked up and remembered the line she was able to just continue without fail. >> she did. great voice. >> one of those things that just kind of happens. >> i think she froze. >> the clippers 17-game win streak ended tonight in denver. clippers play the warriors tomorrow night. and andy reid will be visiting the arizona cardinals tomorrow to see about that coaching vacancy. >> there are a lot of openings. >>> we'll be right back. tomorrow morning at 4-30. >>> david letterman is next. >> our next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. for now, really appreciate you watching. see you tomorrow night. >> happy new year. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city ld, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. and now hipster barista, david le
that what may work in sioux falls may not work in san francisco. we get that. so solutions need to be taylored to local communities, solutions need to reflect the fact that there are many, many dimensions to this issue. let me tell you about the few dimensions that we see in the course of our work. russ land is the assistant attorney general and we've taken partnership to new levels with the department. they have put out guidance on bullying and distributed it to all the jurisdictions around the country because we've often seen in our work that there are so many superintendents and school leaders that are doing great things, but there are others that either have the wrong policies in place or, quite frankly, don't know what to do. and so what they end up doing is nothing. and we cannot allow the appalling silence of good people to become the status quo, to quote dr. king. we must empower them with the tools that they have and they need to move forward and that is why we spend so much time working together on these issues. we've been to the communities in south philly high sc
because you see them under the article. at the same time in sioux falls, a town close to them, that had a suicide and the whole community came together to take a positive approach and that kind of combines the two things, looking at how we treat each other online as well as how we treat each other on the community. you can go to our wepb site and see the progression as the whole community came together, the school district, the city, the library and they all worked together saying this isn't what we want in our town and they are being very proactive. another thing is we work with students and they came up with a positive campaign on facebook that they did, we have a little film on cyber bullying where some students in new jersey came together and they called it a virtual hug. they tried to basically bring that positive environment to the internet because kids are sort of shifting that culture. we also want to shift the culture on the internet. >> mike or stacy, rick, amina, anything regarding social media, not just the connection with bullying but how you can use social media for pos
meeting the road a little bit and it's the hardest stuff. we screened in sioux city before anyone had seen the movie for all the administrators in the movie. obviously we've been down a long road with this community and i will make a point thanking them for their courage in making this film, which is what you thought nobody would ever do, which is allow a camera to film for a year inside a building and film those interactions and those conversations. but they did it because they wanted to do better. but when we first did the screening, someone that had been an administrator for many many years basically said, listen, if we're going to be honest in unpacking this movie, then we have to recognize and i'll be the first one to say it, that i have made those mistakes. i have rushed to judge. i have gotten it wrong in exactly that same way many times in my career. then suddenly the conversation started to flow and not only did people connect to how they missed those moments and that they don't, that they felt they didn't have the training to catch those moments or really do that inner reflect
landers -- really the friedman sisters of sioux city, iowa -- would go on to be rivals for the rest of their careers. her frank advice was sometimes shocking in its day. 1970. dear abby, recently our 21-year-old daughter came out to us and told us she was in love with another girl. dear mother, if your daughter is happy with what she is, then you who profess to love her must accept her as she is or not at all. dear abby changed with the times and helped america change, too. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> and she had a rule to live by. she said it in 1964, simple. "the purpose of life is to amount to something and have it make some difference that you lived at all." we thank you for watching. we're always working to bring you the latest at abcnews.com. and "nightline" at its later, new time tonight, 12:35 a.m. >>> a steady stream of people getting $10 flu shots. >> a south bay woman claims an intruder tried to steal her 3-year-old girl admits she made it up. >> a local woman's role in an upcoming presidential inauguration she claims with saving her life. >> this is part of t
tribune." dear abby and ann landers -- really the friedman sisters of sioux city, iowa -- would go on to be rivals for the rest of their careers. her frank advice was sometimes shocking in its day. 1970. dear abby, recently our 21-year-old daughter came out to us and told us she was in love with another girl. dear mother, if your daughter is happy with what she is, then you who profess to love her must accept her as she is or not at all. dear abby changed with the times and helped america change, too. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> always enjoyed reading that column as a young, like, teenager. you never knew what you were going to find. >> before facebook. before the internet. that's where we found our. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great friday. a wonderful weekend, everybody.
. have a great day. sioux? >> back to the bay bridge? >> before treasure island, right here, you can see the emergency lights blinking waiting for a tow truck. it is a pickup truck. brake lights all the way back on the incline section and traffic is slowing when you get beyond the toll plaza. so far, no delays at the toll plaza as they wait for the stall to be removed from the upper deck. and lucas valley road we have reports of a stall partly blocking the left lane. i am not seeing it on the live shot and i am seeing traffic slowing nicely and it is not slowing. if you come from fairfield, westbound, we have reports of an accident and i am seeing slowing eastbound direction so we will get with chp to see if they have the correct location. still part of a delay for the next few minutes with part because -- with bart because of equipment. >> and jimmy kimmel joked about fear of the flu and tattoos. >> a group of people are too paranoid to get a flu shot although half of those people have between 1 and 80 tattoos. they are saying i do not trust the doctors to tell me the flument is safe th
? nobody. hoping they will bring it to the dome on sunday. abc7 news reporting from the dome. >> and sioux is going to continue to follow the excite men in atlanta. he will with a live report on abc7 morning news at nine and tonight on ab c 7 news at five and six. >>> the lawyer for lawyers wide receiver michael crabtree said his client is cooperating with authorities. crabtree is being investigated for suspicion of sexual assault. a woman claims he assaulted her last sunday just hours after the niners divisional playoff win over the green bay packers. crabtree has not been arrested or detained. the 49ers say the issue will not be a distraction in this afternoon's nfc championship game. >>> coming up next, people run for their lives during a shooting at a gun show, and it wasn't the only incident yesterday. and surf's up. the anticipation building for the first mavericks surf competition in three years. we will tell you which high profile big wave surfers are going to miss >> there is excitement for 49ers fans this morning waiting for the nfc championship game against the falcons. a win wi
by the accident. >> sioux? >> we go back to sunnyvale, a live shot 101 northbound two left lanes are getting by here and the right lanes remain block, what happened this morning, much earlier, the big room took out a guardrail and amy is telling us that a car cut the big rig off and we had to swerve, the guardrail punctured the fuel tank so there is a fuel spill and there is wood debris and there is no estimated time of re-opening, and our app shows the backup now beyond bowers headed northbound 101 so take 280 or aye to avoid this or download the free app to navigate the commute free at the apple app store, we have very light traffic and no metering lights. >> thank you. it is warm. very warm. warmer than yesterday. good morning, here is live doppler 7 hd the higher clouds are off the coast, and winds are blowing from the land to the ocean and we still have fog up north where the temperatures are 34 in napa and 36 in novato and mid-30's to mid-40's and low-to-mid 40's around the bay shore from 41 in san francisco and san francisco is 48 degrees. upper 30's to low 40's and the exception is g
for joining us, everyone, i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. sioux and gary all over the frigid forcast tonight. sue, what is the latest? >> reporter: the latest is that cold air hasn't moved out. it's already into the 20s, it is not very windy, we are not dealing with much of a windchill. that's one very, very good thing. but we do have that fast moving winter storm coming in our direction. it is an alberta clipper. they are quick, they don't have a lot of moisture. we have a winter weather advisory because of that feature heading into this cold air. i want you to see that advisory. it's going to go from midnight until 9:00 in the morning. it will feature a lot of areas getting a very powdery snow, not a lot of snow, but enough we are concerned that there could be some slippery spots in the morning. here are the main highlights with this snow. it's not going to be enough that you'll have to worry too much about shoveling. it's going to develop overnight and it will really stick very quickly. that is because the air is so dry and it is obviously very cold. we are concerned that
, boy. we've got a system coming in to the north of it a lot of snow from sioux-st. mary maria. icy conditions. to the south that have, we're looking at rain. generally one to three inches of snow along the great lakes, about three to six inches. even the appalachians will see some. big problem will be the icing from nashville into fayetteville, elizabeth city. some that have ice could be up to a quarter inch thick, causing big, big problems. that's what's going >> good morning. we're off to a quiet and a cold start. we expect some light snow to develop this afternoon. >> how stupid do you guys look? >> ridiculous. >> you have to stand up. >> so sexy. >> what's the occasion? >> that is so sexy. >> i'm not sure i understand completely. >> work it. work it. >> you wear this on a camp site? >> no, no. you wear this to work. >> yeah, on a day like today, our viewers could use these, i'm sure. they would like those. actually, the polar camping, you could wear it camping, making your s'mores. tailgating at a football game, even in the summertime. >> summertime? >> like it's a little cool
it before in my life but i like it. i'm going to try it out at home. i'll let you know how it works. sioux, thank you. good night, everybody. >> arthel: harris is up next. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes. do you want an etch-a-sketch? yes! do you want 50% more cash? no. you got talent. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet? i usually say that.
as kicker in the play-offs. >>> nba d-league action. the santa cruz warriors. yeah. in white, hosting sioux falls. jeremy tyler getting some work in. that got everybody's attention. and then as kent missed, tyler has his back on the follow. tyler had a strong game, 18 points, two assists. great ball moving here. inside to mccail, warriors 109- 93. >>> singing the national anthe is tough. every now and then are problems. i have done it twice. like with gina renee today in santa cruz. >> oer the ramparts we watched at the twilight's last gleaming... hmmmm... ♪ [ pause ] >> oh. >> help me out. >> that's the loneliest feeling. >> so the crowd is encouraged to help her out. then the referee comes over and kind of mouths the words to her to kind of get her going... and then she ended up finishing up strong. >> give her a foul. >> it's a tough one. >> it is. >> gina, she had some pipes. >> yes. >> just one of those things where you just freeze. you just forget a line and then you're done. >> standing in that big audience i'm sure she was nervous. >> probably because the temperatures are so cold.
the pen name abigail van buren was pauline phillips, born 94 years ago in sioux city, iowa. she provided snappy, frank advice in a column that eventually appeared in more than one thousand papers in its heyday before the age of the web. amy dickinson, who writes the advice column "ask amy", is one of many columnists who have followed in the years since. and she joins us now. welcome to the program. what was it about abigail van buren. was it her tone? her life experience? her sympathy? what made her so credible to so many readers? >> well, you know, i think it's amazing when i think about it because she started something over 60 years ago that's really basically still going very strong. what it is was, you know, she wasn't a doctor, she was not a psychologist, she wasn't really trained, so to speak. but what she was was very practical, midwesterns, common sense and people trusted her and you could tell from reading her column that she was very genuine she was very wise, she was super snappy, which i love, of course. and, you know, she had just created a tremendous legacy. >> suarez: she
. born in 1918 in sioux city, iowa. she wrote for her college newspaper before getting married and having two children. after age 37, she was hired by the "san francisco chronicle" to write an advice column. for the next three decades, she was the most powerful advice columnist in the country. her only real rival was her twin sister, ann landers. which brings us to tonight's number, 100 million, that's the daily readership of the syndicated dear abby column. in this day and age of online, face book, twitter, that's old school and that's impressive. she was not a typical newspaper writer. in the process, she built an empire that includes books, games, and a show. she began cowriting with her daughter who took over the column full time. i love reading the column. you learn so much about people. you get inspired. sometimes you feel sad and sometimes you laugh aloud. to all of the other writers and fans, we all owe a big debt to dear abby. >> good evening, everyone. a big night on many fronts. a very scary, fluid situation in the northern african country of alger algeria. conflicting reports
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